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Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teens - 2019-10-15
"Historically, black teenagers in the United States have had lower suicide rates than whites. But a new study finds that more black teens have been attempting suicide in recent years -- and experts are not sure why." More

Using Opioids After Vasectomy May Trigger Persistent Use: Study - 2019-10-11
"Taking opioids after a vasectomy doesn't improve pain control and is associated with increased risk of persistent use of the addictive painkillers months later, a new study says." More

Vision Problems Strike More Than 2 Billion Globally - 2019-10-11
"More than 2 billion people worldwide suffer vision problems that range from impairment to blindness, according to a new report from the World Health Organization (WHO)." More

Hurricanes Raise Death Risk for Older Diabetics, Even Years Later - 2019-10-11
"Hurricanes can harm anyone in their path, but new research suggests that seniors with diabetes face a 40% increased risk of dying within the first month after a storm hits." More

AHA News: Torn Between Work and Family? It May Not Be Good for Heart Health - 2019-10-10
"When family demands affect work performance or work demands undermine family obligations, the resulting stress may contribute to decreased heart health, particularly among women, a new study finds." More

New Finding Challenges Old Notions About Dyslexia - 2019-10-10
"The cerebellum does not affect reading ability in people with dyslexia, according to a new study that challenges a controversial theory." More

Health Tip: Addressing Your Child's Biting Habit - 2019-10-10
"From wanting attention to communicating their feelings, children bite for a variety of reasons, says the National Association for the Education of Young Children." More

Tying the Knot Is Tied to Longer Life Span, New Data Shows - 2019-10-10
"Married folks not only live longer than singles, but the longevity gap between the two groups is growing, U.S. government health statisticians report." More

Standard Memory Tests for Seniors Might Differ by Gender - 2019-10-09
"Are some tests designed to measure memory declines missing signs of trouble in women?" More

Kids + Gadgets = Less Sleep and More Risk for Unwanted Weight - 2019-10-09
"Using smartphones, tablets and other gadgets has become more and more linked to sleep problems in children, such as not getting enough sleep or enough quality sleep." More

Eating Disorders Linked to Suicide Risk - 2019-10-08
"Eating disorders, serious medical conditions that few report, may trigger suicide attempts, three new studies show." More

Raising a Child With ADHD Can Test a Parent - 2019-10-08
"Parenting can be tough business, but when your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) the task can often be overwhelming." More

When Meds Are Free, Patients Take Them More Often - 2019-10-08
"Patients are much more likely to take essential medications if they're free, a new Canadian study finds." More

Spurred by Mass Shootings, More Americans View Mentally Ill as Violent - 2019-10-07
"Americans are increasingly viewing people with mental illnesses as a violent threat, despite scientific evidence to the contrary, a new study suggests." More

What Are the Risks of Pain Relief Alternatives to Opioids? - 2019-10-07
"With so much attention focused on the dangers of opioid painkillers, it's easy to forget that even "safe" over-the-counter products carry some dangers." More

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